Photos: Street Level At Melo’s Twin-Tower Square Station, Opening Soon

Melo Group is about to open Square Station, which includes 710 rental apartments in twin 34-story towers.

What does the project look like at street level? We photographed all four sides (although work is not yet complete):

 

driveway appears to have plastic vines:

retail and lobby:

promenade/public area next to metromover station:

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Denise R.
3 years ago

Cool building next to the mover!!!
When can I move in!?!?!

Anonymous
3 years ago

You will regret it once you realize the “mover” is always late and unreliable.

Anonymous
3 years ago

How can something that passes every 5 minutes be “always late” or unreliable? I live in Brickell and the metromover is the best thing ever

Anonymous
3 years ago

And it’s free!

Anonymous
3 years ago

It does go incredibly slow

Anonymous
3 years ago

But it doesn’t get stuck in traffic.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Perfect for where it’s at….

Anonymous
3 years ago

+ 15,000 Sq Ft of Retail Space

Anonymous
3 years ago

Look at the Metromover station right outside this building’s door. The residents of this building will be able to ride the Metromover throughout downtown and Brickell in air-conditioned
comfort!

That’s right Melo, show these idiots who complain about your buildings how it’s done.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yet, almost 1000 parking spaces were built.

Anonymous
3 years ago

So? Visitors can now have more options too.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Visitors can take the APM from the airport to the Metrorail then transfer to the Metromoer.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Is that Art Plaza rising where we see those two cranes in one of the pictures?

Anonymous
3 years ago

yes

Anonymous
3 years ago

I see the tiny side walks have made it here as well.. see last and 3rd from bottom pic.

marc
3 years ago

The north and south facing sidewalks are quite wide while the east and west ones are narrow.

Anonymous
3 years ago

So people only walk north and south? What’s the logic behind that.

marc
3 years ago

NE Miami Court and NE Miami Place are both narrow streets and have the narrow sidewalks while the South side fronts NE 14th street, more space for wide sidewalk and the North side fronts the Metro Mover station, more space for pedestrians.

Linda Harrington
3 years ago

We finally see this area next to the mover starting to take shape!!!!!!
Very nice looking building!! Now I look forward do the one across the street!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yes, and all some people can do is complain about “tiny sidewalks.” smh…

Anonymous
3 years ago

People on here gotta complain about something.

Laura Sinclair
3 years ago

Very nice looking project!!
It will be a great addition to this site.

Rebecca
3 years ago

I passed by and saw the grounds, and a few apartments ;), the building is great!! The finishes are top notch for a rental property!! Also love how they treated the sidewalk pattern, it’s just like the balconies above!! Cool job!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Thank you Rebecca for giving us your observation of this place and not complaining about how “narrow the sidewalks” are.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Why don’t you invite Rebecca out for a drink while you’re at it buddy…

Anonymous
3 years ago

I bet I’ll get a date with her before you.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Pictures are premature.. site doesn’t look ready quite yet.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Who said this place or the entire site is completely ready?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Those are some lame trees they planted. Could an younger/smaller trees have been picked? They won’t last a year.

Bad for the Neighborhood
3 years ago

Boring. Typical Melo crap.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Looks medicore at best but praise them for giving Miamians somewhere to live

Anonymous
3 years ago

They are filling those eternally vacant lots with standard looking buildings where normal people will live. Give Melo some credit for completely transforming that area.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Melo deserve the credit.. and the profits of building up A&E District

mondocondo
3 years ago

too bad these forums are getting hijacked with comments from the developer’s trolls.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Or maybe people just genuinely appreciate filling up so many empty lots that made this city and area look like a scene from Idiocracy, instead of demanding Pritzker-award winning architecture and complaining about anything and everything?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well said… but unfortunately this board brings a lot of naysayers.